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  • Homemade Tools Engine Lift Wheel Kit

    I just made a tongue and wheel kit so I can connect my engine lift to my Cub Cadet and move engines around in the back yard. I posted more pictures and information above in the TECH section under HOMEMADE TOOLS.

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    KOOL!

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    • #3
      Tom, are you hauling logs with that ?
      Model A's and of course the famous AA's

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      • Mitch
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        Yo Tom thats a great idea, thanks for sharing it. You must have the patent office busy as hell::::

    • #4
      Originally posted by pAAt View Post
      Tom, are you hauling logs with that ?
      That was another reason for making it.
      The storm last week blew down a tree in the back yard, and this could haul the logs away.
      Now I need to make a giant tongs to grab the logs.
      Making tools never ends.

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